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SRA, TASC Win Spots on $1.1B FAA Engineering Contract

The Federal Aviation Administration has announced SRA International and TASC Inc. as awardees on the agency’s estimated $1.1 billion EnRoute Technical Assistance Support Services contract. The contract has three base years and two two-year options. The agency will award task orders for systems engineering, software and hardware engineering. Additional work …

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BAE Forms Partnership to Compete for Infrastructure Contracts

BAE Systems has signed a teaming agreement with New York-based Composite Technologies to develop infrastructure products and services, BAE announced Tuesday. BAE said it recently submitted a bid for a major, multi-million dollar infrastructure protection project in North America. BAE said this is one of several contracts the team could …

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GCS Names Federal Solutions VP; Nicole Geller Comments

Government Contracting Solutions has appointed Tanaz Shahrzad vice president of federal solutions, the company announced Monday. GCS said Shahrzad will focus on the company’s quality of service, growth, cost effectiveness and production efficiency for GCS’ federal clients. Prior to joining GCS, Shahrzad directed federal programs at LMN Solutions. At LMN, she managed …

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Pentagon Awards Potential $476M Engineering, Comm. IDIQ; ManTech’s Bill Varner Comments

The Defense Department has named the awardees for its potential $476 million Omnibus Network Enterprise contract vehicle, Washington Technology reports. ManTech International Corp. (NASDAQ: MANT) announced Tuesday it won a position on the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, one day after TASC announced its spot. Bill Varner, ManTech’s mission,  cyber and technology solutions group …

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SAIC Wins Prime Spot on $525M Patent Office IT IDIQ

SAIC Inc. (NYSE: SAI) has won a prime position on a software support contract from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, SAIC announced Tuesday. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract is potentially worth $525 million for all awardees and has one base year and four one-year options. SAIC is one of five companies …

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Acentia Names SAIC, Lockheed, Raytheon Vet as Business Development SVP

Acentia has appointed 20-year information technology industry veteran Tricia Iveson as senior vice president for business development, the company announced Monday. Iveson will direct business development and corporate marketing activities, including: bid and proposal program pursuits customer retention strategic marketing and communication Iveson will report to company CEO Todd Stottlemyer. …

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ASM Research Promotes John Fraser to President, COO

ASM Research Inc. has promoted John Fraser to president and chief operating officer, the company announced Tuesday. Fraser assumed his new position Jan. 1. He handles the company’s day-to-day operations and every department directly reports to him, according to the company. ASM said the 26-year company veteran has succeeded in positions …

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GTRI Wins Prime Spot on $5.6B Government-Wide IT Contract

Global Technology Resource Inc. has won a prime position on a potential $5.6 billion government-wide information technology contract, GTRI announced Wednesday. NASA said its Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement vehicle provides IT products to all federal agencies, including UNIX-, Linux- and Windows-based computer systems with peripherals. GTRI said the contract is for …

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NJVC Names Directors for Data Center, Capture, Business Development

NJVC has named three new executive-level hires, according to a company announcement Thursday. The company named Jay Emerson director for data center services. NJVC said Emerson recently helped to establish an enterprise architecture program for a Defense Department agency. Charles Barker has assumed the role of director for capture. Barker …

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